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THE CHASE IS ON
RACE TO THE BALL. (L to R) Northern Nash’s Richard Wells and Rocky Mount’s Duncan Carmichael converge on the ball during last Thursday afternoon’s Big East Conference boys soccer showdown on the RMHS campus.
THE CHASE IS ON

ROCKY MOUNT -- Northern Nash veteran coach Joe McCarthy didn’t like the beginning or the end of his club’s Big East Conference boys soccer showdown last Thursday at backyard rival Rocky Mount.
But the in-between part proved to be to McCarthy’s satisfaction, and it was enough to propel the Knights to a 3-2 decision over the Gryphons in the regular season league finale.

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SN STATEMENT
TURNING THE CORNER. (L to R) Nash Central’s Jacob Allen and Southern Nash’s Travis Coggin make a move toward the ball during last Thursday’s Big East Conference boys soccer event on the NC campus.
SN STATEMENT

ROCKY MOUNT -- Southern Nash couldn’t have asked for a more inspiring first-round matchup at the Big East Conference Boys Soccer Tournament.
SN drew Rocky Mount -- a club which had defeated the Firebirds in close fashion twice during the regular season, despite the fact that Southern somewhat controlled the territorial advantage in each showdown.

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Title Time For Knights
A MAN AND HIS TEAM. Legendary Northern Nash High School cross country team Jeff Dodrill (center) poses with his Knights and Lady Knights after they swept the Big East Conference championships on Monday afternoon at Red Oak Middle School.
Title Time For Knights

RED OAK -- Regardless of the sport, few events in recent Big East Conference history have served as a formality more than Monday’s league cross country championships at Red Oak Middle School.
It was all but a foregone conclusion that Northern Nash would claim the boys and girls team crowns after a dominant regular season.

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SN Strikes Again
GOOD TIMES AT SN. Veteran head coach Brian Foster and the Southern Nash Firebirds are currently tied for the top spot in the Big East.
SN Strikes Again

RED OAK -- Three weeks into the regular season, the Southern Nash Firebirds were 1-2, and nobody was certain what direction the squad would head toward for the remainder of its 2014 campaign.
The Firebirds, however, haven’t lost since, reeling off five consecutive triumphs -- two of which have happened in Big East Conference action.

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NASH COUNTY SOCCER SCORES

NASH COUNTY -- Listed are updated results from the Nash County Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall Youth Soccer League:

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Wesleyan men fourth in USA South poll
Wesleyan men fourth in USA South poll

FAYETTEVILLE -- The USA South Athletic Conference has released its preseason coaches polls for men’s and women’s basketball. 
North Carolina Wesleyan College’s men received a 4th-place billing among 11 league institutions, while the Bishop women were tabbed 8th in their respective poll.

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Bishops claim a key men’s soccer victory

RALEIGH -- The North Carolina Wesleyan College Battling Bishop men’s soccer team cruised to a 5-1 USA South victory at William Peace last Saturday afternoon thanks, in part, to a pair of goals from senior Sambe Cande that included the eventual gamewinner.
With the win, the Bishops move to 10-5-1 on the season, officially making this the winningnest season of 4th-year head coach Frankie Taal’s tenure.

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Knights nab two contests
Knights nab two contests

RED OAK -- It was another big week for the Northern Nash Knights during last Saturday’s action against Selma in the Johnston County Football League.
The up-and-coming Knights saw their Rookie League record improve to 5-1 overall with an 18-12 decision.
Randall King delivered a pair of touchdowns for Northern Nash, while teammate Damien Clemmons also found the end zone.

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Cross country event targeted
Cross country event targeted

RED OAK -- The Color Your Feathers 5-K Turkey Trot will be held Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. at the Red Oak Middle School Cross Country Course.
Participants can either run or walk over the fun-filled course, which will feature six color zones.
Cost is $40 for adults or $25 ages 5-17.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS
BIG EAST CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS

2014 ALL-BIG EAST BOYS SQUAD

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Another exciting night at CLR
Another exciting night at CLR

ELM CITY -- Mother Nature was smiling down last Saturday as drivers, crews, staff and fans filed into County Line Raceway for the 2nd Annual Four Cylinder Nationals.
After running 2 laps of qualifying each ave 5 heat races, the fields were set both the Super Stock 4 Cylinder 40 lap $2,000 to win feature & the Pure Stock 4 Cylinder 25 lap $500 to win feature.

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EYE ON THE BALL
EYE ON THE BALL

Northern Nash’s Jason Michaels controls the ball near midfield last Thursday against Rocky Mount.

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FULL EXTENSION
FULL EXTENSION

Northern Nash High School’s Ben Roy (22) elevates for a header during last Thursday’s match.

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IN HOT PURSUIT
IN HOT PURSUIT

Southern Nash’s Travis Coggin (right) dribbles the ball as Nash Central’s Stephen Turner makes up ground during last Thursday afternoon’s Big East Conference soccer event.

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OUT OF THE SHADOWS
OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Northern Nash’s Natalie Bernat comes out of the woods portion of the Red Oak Middle School course during Monday’s Big East Conference Cross Country Championships. Bernat and the Knights swept the boys and girls team titles to cap off an amazing regular season under Coach Jeff Dodrill.

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SPEED SENSATION
SPEED SENSATION

Northern Nash’s Tyler Jones (left) makes a quick move through the midfield for the Knights during last Thursday afternoon’s road soccer victory against rival Rocky Mount.

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